Name Professor Course Date Comparison between Two Paintings Introduction The painting represents the continuous and periodic tradition of different cultures across all the world. However painting has a rich history that dates back from the pre-historic humans to artifacts. It is an ongoing process of creativity since ancient times and it continues in the twenty-first century. In the 20th century painting relied on representational classical and religious motifs before the introduction conceptual as well as abstract approaches. The Eastern painting was parallel to the western art in the early centuries. For instance African art Japanese art Chinese art Islamic art and Indian art had a noteworthy impact on Western art. The ancient art served a utilitarian purpose as well as religious civic imperial and private patronage but in the 21st century both Western and Eastern painting found audiences in both the middle class and aristocracy. There are certain similarities The two paintings have distinct aspects that differentiate one from the other. For instance “Les Demoiselles d'Avignon” painting by Pablo Picasso involves a combination of styles such as Primitivism Cubism and Modernism. Also Picasso’s painting is a Spanish art which is listed among the most significant paintings developed in the 20th century. On the other hand in the “Let My People Go” painting the painter uses different colours to distinguish the Israelites from the Egyptians. Moreover Douglas picture signifies African American culture. Work Cited Brodrick Alan Houghton. Prehistoric painting. Central Institute of Art and Design (2012):12-70 Duffy Michael. "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon." Modern art new museums: contributions to the IIC Bilbao Congress 13-17 September 2004. IIC (2004):7 Chave Anna C. "New encounters with Les Demoiselles d'Avignon: Gender race and the origins of cubism." The Art Bulletin 76.4 (1994): 596-611. Southgate M. Therese. "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon." JAMA 290.9 (2003): 1131-1131. (1948):12-70 [...]
4 page research paper compare and contrast one painting from era of invention and one painting from new York skyscraper culture and the jazz age. first paragraph discussing the social climate of cultural and historical context second body paragraph analyzing the chosen work the era of invention third body analyzing the chosen work "new York skyscraper culture and the jazz age forth body analyzing similarities between the two paintings forth body analyzing differences between the two paintings conclusion details analyzing of the key aspects of the work.